Apprenticeships provide the opportunity to gain
job-related skills and qualifications through on-the-job
An Apprenticeship enables people to earn while they learn the
skills necessary to succeed in their chosen career.
Apprenticeships are available for people aged 16 and over, and
funding is available to young people aged 16-19.
Employers in Peterborough
Over 350 different employers have
started or shown interest in taking on 16-19 year old
Apprenticeships in Peterborough.
Vacancies in Peterborough
Last year, 365 Apprenticeship
vacancies were advertised on the Apprenticeship Vacancy online
service. Apprenticeships in Peterborough are on offer in
Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care; Business,
Administration and Law; Construction, Planning and the Built
Environment; Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies; Health,
Public Services and Care; Information and Communication Technology;
Leisure, Travel and Tourism; Retail and Commercial Enterprise.
What levels can I do in Peterborough?
There are currently 53 different Level 2 Apprenticeship
frameworks available and 42 different Level 3 Advanced
What are the entry requirements?
These do vary by each Provider and
course, but it’s common to need five GCSEs grades A*-C including
English and Maths. These will be made clear in the vacancy
details. You can contact the individual Training Provider to find
Training Providers in Peterborough
Thirteen providers currently offer Apprenticeships
to 16-19 year olds.
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this link for a list of current providers with the
occupational areas they cover and their contact details.
Where will my Apprenticeship be?
Different providers offer a
different experience. You will usually spend most of your
time at your workplace, but some time may be spent at a college or
your training provider’s premises, sometimes based outside of
How do I find out more?
Visit the National Apprenticeship Service
www.apprenticeships.org.uk to find out about
Apprenticeships and register, search for and apply for